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. my understanding is that you combine the heat of texas and the humidity of new orleans. (laughter) >> we have jobs. >> oh, you have jobs. jobs and air conditioning. >> we're very... we're a foody town, we're an arts town, we're a sports town, a theater town, anything you want in the big city enough houston plus we have good "of life, we're affordable and we have jobs. >> stephen: i'm not familiar with the term jobs. where are your jobs? what do people do? what are the industry there is? >> only the biggest. we have the largest medical complex in the world. we have america's largest foreign tonnage port. we have johnson space center with nasa and aerospace. we're a big manufacturing center >> stephen: you've got an odd cosmopolitan quality. i want to get something out there. you are also the first openly gay mayor of a major city in america. how is that possible? (cheers and applause) i'm going to pretend you are applauding for america and not gay. (laughter) how is that possible that texas-- texas-- six shooters, conservatives, george bush, rick perry, how is houston electing a ga
to revert to your texas voice. >> the last time i saw my brother, we had an immense fight. it was in his house in san antonio, i am describing, the book opens with this fight. this is sort of a picture of my brother at this exact moment. there are always apples around him, women, too. apple pie, big sheik antique bowls of wooden apples, read and golden, apples pencils, produce framed on the library wall, texas vegetables from the rio grand empire. i am an american first, then a texan he would say not understanding he sounded like auggi march. the clues are there, i later realized. a man's fate is his character. you always have to show off and tell us what you know, carl said. i'll be in washington next week i say. i have an interview, i have to close of peace. you promised me, you said you would stay away from washington state. you sat right here and said you would not go to the cascades. he yells as loudly as i have ever heard him. washington, d.c. i shout back. i have the trait as well. [laughter]. >> as you are thinking about that, i would like to ask you to give us one more. there ar
is coming next week, are you going to be home? this is said in a texas accent. i would say i don't know. he said you have to be there because they are my pears and precious and have to put them in the refrigerator the minute you come in. i learned to say okay. then the fruit would come and it would be wrapped like a bomb or something, each fruit, each pear. these gorgeous asian pears had sty row foam socks wrapped around them. after the fruit came you'd get a series of phone calls, can i demand a refund from the ups man, are you sure, can you write down what time it came? >> you have been carrying around this story all your life, what happened, why turn it into a book? >> it was a huge decision. it came completely. so many of us carry around this sibling thing in the attic thing. it came to me because something happened in our life which transformed our relationship. it was huge for me and huge for him. we learned how to become a team. and we had, my brother had a crisis and wrote me a letter about it, kind of a stunning letter that came like a time bomb, when he was quite young, barely 50
in texas. tom. >> caller: boo-yah from tyler, texas. we love your show. >> i have been to tyler, texas. i went to a used car dealer there. it was called the caveat emptor corporation. there's some truth. >> caller: we believe in that in texas. acquisitions as a means to grow and expand while simultaneously considering selling off their crown jewel mine in indonesia's mining laws. a huge export tax on unprocessed minerals. considering that and the ginormous mine mongolia ahead of schedule to ship copper cheaper by train to china than fre port can ship by sea from indonesia my question is, is freeport a bunch of boo-yah or a lot of hoo-ha? >> this guy tells the truth. i remember when the stock was 70 and he said it was expensive. when it was yielding 4% was the time to pull the trigger. now you have to wait for a pull back. you just outlined the truth. all people care about is china growing at 7% or 9%. you recognize the tremendous value and he's very careful about indonesia and your qualification that it's chavez-like, i totally agree. stick with freeport but don't chase it. also from texa
on a prisoner last night in texas-- the state that executes more convicts than any other. >> suarez: as delegates arrive in washington for an international aids conference, we have two progress reports: gwen ifill gets an update from the director of the united nations program on aids. >> brown: anwe assess e epidemic he in our nation's capital, where the infection rate is the highest in the country. >> we have people who will be tested repeatedly in hopes that one of those tests will be negative so that they can say i don't have h.i.v. we have people who think they can pray their h.i.v. away. >> suarez: plus, as part of his ongoing series, hari sreenivasan talks with native americans about the search for solutions to the effects of climate change on their tribal lands. >> brown: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." major funding fothpbs nehour has been providedy: and the william and flora hewlett foundation, working to solve social and environmental problems at home and around the world. and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... this program was
for the daily caller web site. and from fort worth, texas, janine turner. she hasn't been invited. does that surprise you? >> i think it's a little early yet. >> bill: jeanine, no spin zone. not early. every room in tampa, florida is taken. so now if sarah palin were invited, she'd have to sleep in a tent. every room. >> no, no. i think she has -- i'm not saying it's too early. i don't think they've invited a lot of people yet. i believe that palin needs to get behind romney and i believe romney needs to recognize palin's virtues and how she can be an asset and -- >> bill: you want detante? >> i want them to come together. >> bill: in a couple -- kumbaya moment. >> when i make a movie, i like the actors to be inspired and talented and bright and sometimes better than me because it inspires me and makes a better movie. in this movie, we want the ending to be that barak obama is defeated. >> bill: if you were making a movie with bill maher, i don't know if that would be possible and that's the problem here. michelle, that there is bad blood may be overstating it. maybe overstating it beca
is asked to call police. >>> one drug or three drugs or no executions at all. what texas did last night restarted that debate here. >> and we are taking you live once again to the testimony by the wife of suspended san francisco sheriff ross mirkarimi, ellana lopez is testifying. she answered to allegations of previous abuse by her husband. what she had to say coming up in just minutes. hello? the words are going this way-there's no way. oh, the lights came on. isn't technology supposed to make life easier? at chase we're pioneering innovations that make banking simple. deposit a check with a photo. pay someone with an email. and bank seamlessly with our award-winning mobile app. take a step forward... and chase what matters. >>> complete bay area news coverage continues right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00. >> is the log jam of prisoners waiting execution in california about to clear up? how a execution in texas could have an impact here. first, happening now, our coverage as ellana lopez the wife of suspended san francisco sheriff ross mirkarimi is testifying right now befor
. at a house hearing today, republican lamar smith of texas insisted the change will do more harm than good. $the administration's amnesty agenda is a win for illegal immigrant bus a loss for americas. when illegal immigrants are allowed to live and work in the u.s. u.s., unemployed american workers have to compete with illegal immigrants for scarce jobs. with 23 million americans unemployed or underemployed, this amnesty only makes their lives harder. >> holman: napolitano argued the change will give young immigrants a pathway to citizenship and let law enforcement make better use of resources. >> it's not amnesty. what this is is... it's really the development that we have been looking at over the last several years of how do we clear out the backlog of non-priority cases so that we can focus on criminals, recent border crossers, repeat violators. >> holman: the new policy could affect more than a million illegal immigrants in the u.s. the u.s. is on track to have the worst year for whooping cough in more than five decades. the centers for disease and control and prevention said today tha
victims in a mass shooting was 47. that was at the university of texas back in 1966 were 16 people died. the deadly shooting in u.s. history, just five years ago and not far from here at virginia tech. 32 people were killed. >> the other big story we're following, we will continue to of continuing coverage of the movie theater shooting and have constant updates as new information becomes available on air and on our website at even find the latest pictures and videos. we will have live coverage starting at 5:00. another big story, the storm that crashed through last night. more on the way this afternoon as well as this evening. >> for the latest on that, let's turn to steve. >> more rain out there and mainly to the west of us right now. if you are in the district, arlington, alexandria, you might want to grab your umbrella before you head out the door. looking at heavier rain right now. we do have a flash flood watch the just went into effect. it is going to extend into the evening hours. travel plans if you're heading out toward atlanta, expects some delays. detroit, chicago i
of the border patrol, texas rangers, u.s. service, fbi and others. the systems have become a force multiplier for military operations and for border security. however, we run the edge of the new horizon. using unmanned aerial systems within the homeland currently are 200 active certificates of operation issue i the federal aviation administration to over 100 different entities such as law enforcement department and academic institutions to fly drugs domestically. this map on the monitor shows the locations of coa recipients as at april 2012. the number of recipients since that time has in fact increased. the faa plans to select 65 cities around the country for the use of nongovernment euros this year and plans to allow the deployment of nongovernment drugs nationwide i.t. here 2015. while the faa is responsible for ensuring the systems fly safely in u.s. airspace with only two and a half short years until drums began to dominate the skies in the u.s. homeland, no federal agency is taking the lead to do with the full implications of using unmanned aerial systems and developing the relevant pol
to california. they go to texas and colorado or florida or someplace like that. we are not seeing the benefit of it. this has popped up at town meetings i have had for a long time and i just wonder how much that seeps through legislative thinking. i don't know. i just know i've heard that. >> i think one reason for the increase in scholarships like the hope scholarship or broad-based merit scholarship which gives every student and a or a thee and $4000 to go to a tennessee institution is the hope of having gone to the university of tennessee they will stay in tennessee and which i think is a valid gold starting with georgia and that makes a difference but that is interesting observation. >> thank you very much. senator merkley. >> thank you mr. chair. >> i'm sorry, senator franken was next. i apologize. i got out of line. >> i withdraw, thank you. [laughter] >> i didn't look at my list here. >> i will take his and i will raise it one. dr. leath you have testified about some of the information that iowa state university includes on its financial aid award letters including information about st
the university of texas and left for colorado to pursue a career in sports broadcasting. just a few weeks ago she backlogged about narrowly escaping a deadly shooting at a mall in toronto writing and i "i was reminded that we don't know when or where our time on earth will end. when or where we will breathe our last breath ." jessica's friend and former colleague said she planned to start a charity collecting sports equipment for the victims of colorado's fires. mike lavender joins us live tonight. mike, thank you. condolences from all of us here. i know that you have spoken with her mother this morning, right? >> yes. i got a facebook message. actually, i woke up early, which is rare for me to be up at 5:00 a.m. but i turned on the tv and saw the coverage and opened my laptop and checked facebook. i went to facebook and there was a message from her mom on my wall saying jessica has been killed, call me. when i looked at the tv and i looked back at the computer and looked back at the tv i said colorado, wait a second. it was early in the morning and so i immediately was scrambling for the phone a
. >> the gentleman from texas is recognized. >> thank you, mr. chairman and madam secretary for being here. when you were here back in october we discussed the week before he had been online using the security clearance you have given him when you placed him on the advisory -- the homeland's security advisory council. he used that to access the state and local intelligent data base and download the material. we have information that he shot at trying to claim texas was islamophobes. since that time, you told me personally at that time that you were going to look into it. you were not going to appoint somebody. you yourself would look into it. what did you find out? >> i found out the statements that have been made in that regard are false, misleading and objectionable. >> you need to know that you have people who are applying in your department. the texas department of public safety has been told the investigation was done. he did access the classified information with his own private computer. he did download the documents that we knew he did. the one thing they could not confirm because they did n
speier called on congress to hold a hearing about the wide spread scandal in texas. speier working with military members who are victims of rape in the bay area, 12 training instructors have been investigated for sexual misconduct and 31 victims have been identified so far. >> if this happens in a high school if a prized teacher or coach had sex a student we would be outraged and demand action. and where some recruits are just 18 or 19 we rationalize behavior of the perpetrators and blame victims. >> also today general wells, the officer tapped to be the newest chief of staff ez says the air force is not doing enough to stop abuse. >> there is a judge ruling that an oregon man who stripped naked at airport security not guilty of indecent exposure and he removed clothes in april to protest the security screening process. a judge ruled aks were protected under the constitution and this time around, he kept his clothes on when he went through security on the way to his trial. >> there is pressure pointing on wall mart on what activists say are inhumane conditions. the video was taken
governement our hotline at 410- 662- 1456...or go to fox baltimore dot com. a mailman is texas is doing more than just delivering mail... he's stepping into the . battlefield.:05 whoa! whoa! whoa!for the past 2 weeks... ron eudy has been targeted by a group of falcons near one of the homes on his route. neighbors say... they're trying to protect their nest. but the birds don't seem to bother anyone else.after several days of dodging birds... eudy thinks he figured out the problem. :22 "i switched hats and when i wear this blue one they don't come after me, so it's something about this white helmet. i don't really know what ii is." eudy doesn't see the birds as enemies. in fact... he's actually grown quite fond of them... which may be a goodd thing since they've seem to have become a part of the neighborhood. it's the second highest position in the land. land.this is a big effing deal. but find out if being vice president is really a job worth having. having. homicide of young people in america has an impact on all of us. how can we save these young people's lives? as a police c
. >> she recently moved from san antonio texas to denver. her boyfriend's father described his injuries. >> it had missed the vital thank god, so he was doing ok. >> a teenager from baton rouge louisiana, was shot during the shooting and is currently in surgery. she was on a church trip passing through the area. on the night jessica died she was tweeting talking about how excited she was and in her last tweet, said "the movie does not start for 20 minutes. >> another set for us to remember the name of those killed and not the name of the coward you did this attack. >> james holmes, police still let not been able to enter his apartment because they believe it was beebe trapped. he was in colorado -- they believe his apartment was bobby trapped. >> strong words from michael bloomberg, new york city mayor. he challenged both presidential candidates to get specific about how they would address violence. >> words are nice and maybe it is nice for the two people who want to be president of the united states him stand up and tell us what they want to do about it. >> mayor bloomberg is just one
the shooting occurred spoke today from texas. >> we haven't had security incidents in this theater. the person made a well organized and have an assault weapon probably overpowering security. it's obviously a did he ranged gunman that had access to very high, powerful weapon autos tim warner added he doesn't know if theater employees were wounded or killed. >> there is coverage continuing and up next, we're learning about some victims of the tragedy and messages being left by loved one autos and comments from the president and mitt romney. >>> welcome back to continuing courage of the colorado theater massacre. after 12:30, police in aurora started to receive calls of a shooting in a theater showing "batman the dark knight rises". that is when a man started firing on the audience, 12 people died and 59 were injured. >> there are seven down. seven down. >> i was just trying to think how to get my kids out of there. >> we're not looking for any other suspects. we're confident that he act add lone. >> the shooter caught and arrested near his car outside of the movie theater, officers found three
of a sergeant accused of sexual assault. on a texas base. louis walker is accused of rape and aggravated sexual assault involving ten female trainees at lackland air force base. he's one of 12 being investigated. walker's lawyers rested their case yesterday after calling one witness. he could face life in prison. >>> this could be the worst year for whooping cough in this country in more than 50 years. there have been more than twice the number of cases seen so far this year than this time last year. whooping cough or pertussis is a highly contagious disease that can be fatal. jon lapook has our report. >> this clinic in everett, washington, has seen more than 250 cases of whooping cough this year. 20% more than usual. and it's stepping up its immunizations. more than 3,000 cases have been diagnosed in washington state. that's 13 times what they saw by this time last year. dr. thomas clark is at the centers for disease control. >> that's really on track to be a record since the 1940s and we're seeing similar increases in most states around the country and, in fact, we're probably on track for a
was one of the deadliest in the united states. we are remembering the 13 killed at ft. hood, texas, in 2009. the 32 killed in virginia tech in 2007 and the 14 killed at columbine high school in 1999, just to name a few. we just also remind ourselves that evil people do evil things. these senseless acts of violence are not indicative of our great country. joining us now is former miami police chief john timine for the minister of interior in bahrain and bill owens. governor owens, thank you both for coming on. you were governor at the columbine tragic high school shooting. when you got up this morning and heard about this aurora story what was your first thought? >> larry, just exactly that. here we ego again. what a tragedy. it wasn't that many years ago we had columbine. here we have the same sort of misguided, sick individual that kills innocent people. i agree with your comments. this is a great country. crime has been falling dramatically. we still have these sorts of challenges and we are living with one tonight again in colorado. >> before i get to chief timine, bill, what ha
at the forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. dallas, texas, getting into the triple-digit club once again 1rks 01. oklahoma will be in the hundreds. and the drought conditions tend to get worse in kansas especially and we have no rain in sight. in the central plain, a hot weekend ahead. >>> thanks so much. also ahead earning drive stocks higher, the pretty penny yahoo! is paying its new ceo, and a clever way to warm up a cold market in home sales. your early morning business headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, sure, the latest batman move will run away with things aet the box office this weekend but will it be a record baker. >>> coming up the dream team rolls, the gold medalist withdraws from the olympics and lebron unveil as secret weapon. you're watching "early today." >> announcer: "early today" is brought to you by new preparation h totables. >>> good morning and welcome back to "early today." i'm lynn berry, and here are some of your top headlines this morning. at the united nations russia and china vetoed a resolution that would have forced them to end the
a booster shot there is in all adults to give back some is the lid down in texas them too young. right now all 8% to two adults get the vaccine dr. john the book cbs news new york. will that happen before you step in the wrong way new approach the bridge toll if you do a fast track for cash you can actually get hit with a $25 fine. reportedly was uncovered a way of too little out of that. the we went to the senate agrees to be short rock. a crash susan larsen and her boyfriend rarely use the bay area bridges the they say it did no there have to be a tall on the bridge. did we we didn't get any toll bridges on the way they're so we assume the way back wouldn't go through any. the didn't have cash to the bridge doesn't take checks are credits to tell me there be a fee. but it did know how much was going to be. turns out as a $25 fee. television may be some but a criminal $25 for television and i couldn't believe it. you don't have any cash just go through the toll plaza it received a violation notice there's room on therefore written explanation vast tracts john gibbons says it cannot repeop
incident of possibly over zealous airport check point patdowns. a man from north texas says tsa officers at dallas love field took off his wife's clothing to inspect her feeding tube even though she had handed over information from her doctor explaining what was going on. they said they needed to physically handle the tube and then swabbed it for explosives, which the couple says could lead to infection. the tsa is thoroughly investigating before they comment on this. they do say the swab was not supposed to touch the feeding tube, itself. >>> tom davis has died. viewers of "snl" in the early days will remember him as one-half of the duo franken and davis. franken became senator al franken and davis continued in comedy, wrote books, and famously experimented with and enjoyed to the fullest a slew of drugs from opium to lsd. lauren michaels discovered the duo doing stand up in l.a. they worked on "snl" for 13 years on and off and shared three emmys for their work. tom davis dead of cancer at the age of 59. >>> you might call the following the sound of freedom. ♪ o say can you see >> let
down in the plains of texas, can double as a tornado shelter. the house features a unique dome design and fewer windows. built as one strong shell of concrete, and re-enforced with steel bars, the dome protects against flying rubble or fallen trees. the result is a fortress. capable of withstanding wind speeds of more than 130 meters per second. the construction costs are about the same as an ordinary house. four years ago, the u.s. government approved and began to provide funding for these types of designs. tornado-proof gymnasiums and community centers already serve as shelters. in all, 4,000 buildings have used these construction methods. >> one of my proudest achievements is the avalon school. because it's a real small school. it's been hit by tornadoes. it's through safety. >> reporter: tornadoes are a serious threat to the lives and property of many americans. but using a potent mix of science and creativity experts think they contain the fury. alex kirst, nhk world, new york. >>> it's been extremely hot in tokyo recently. but commuters are enjoying a break from the heat today.
a number of people on january 4, and it is all communications we are aware of, texas, phones, e-mails -- texts, phones, emails, and the people in records from are ross mirkarimi, you, and kellie williams, so that is what exhibit 83 is, and there are seven pages of small text lines, so i have tried to pull some of these out. if you want to take out your binder. >> ok. >> exhibit 83 is there in full. i just want to know that in case you want to double check some of the things i am highlighting to make sure if you have any doubts about their accuracy. the first box is a series of texts at 10:55 from lopez teto you, and another at 10:56, but , we do not know what the context is, so i am wondering if you remember. >> i vaguely remember. she let me know she had an argument with ross and that she wanted to talk with me. that was the gist of its. >> had she ever confided her personal affairs with you before? >> never. >> were you surprised to get these text messages and? >> yes. >> did you have any idea she was going to do this to? >> no. >> you recall the wording? >> i do not remember.
to texas with triple digit highs. the inland pacific northwest will see scattered storms. in sports this morning, he's officially the luck of indianapolis. quarterback andrew luck, the nfl's number one overall draft pick signed a four-year $22 million deal to play for the colts. luck will need a lot more of that in order to fill the shoes of peyton manning, who moved on to denver. but it could happen. stanford last season, luck threw for a school record 35 touchdowns. to baseball now, yankees at the as. oakland left fielder got things rolling with a two-run homer in the bottom of the first and the third. seth smith drove in two more putting the as up 4-0. a yankees rally led by nick swisher fell just short. the as held on to win this one, 4-3. >>> in boston, bottom of the ninth, red sox outfield, lofted a homer. after trailing chicago the whole game, ross and his teammates celebrated a walk-off 3-1 victory over the white sox. >>> in washington, mets third baseman david wright in a two-run homer in the top of the first and then how about tack on a three-run shot in the fourth giving
break that helped lead to his safety. >> crossing the line? a texas woman says tsa agents put her life in jeopardy. >> controversy after a 4-year-old cancer patient is denied a trip to disney world. >> the lines have already started. they've been camping out since noon to get a seat for this summ summer's block buster. [ male announcer ] where did all the obama stimulus money go? friends, donors, campaign supporters, special interest groups where did the obama stimulus money go? solyndra: 500 million taxpayer dollars. bankrupt. so where did the obama stimulus money go? windmills from china. electric cars from finland 79% of the 2.1 billion in stimulus grants awarded through it went to overseas companies. [ romney ] i'm mitt romney and i approve this message. >>> a three-year-old boy in columbia, south america is alive after he spent almost a day trapped in a sewer draft. he disappeared on tuesday with his two brothers and crews didn't find him when they initially swept that area. just as they were about to leave, they checked one more time and they found the boy, they quickly removed h
meteorologist emily gracey has a look at the forecast. forecast. a mailman in texas is doing more than just delivering mail... he's stepping into the battlefield. battlefield.:05 whoa! whoa! whoa!for... the past 2 weeks... ron eudy... has been targeted by a flock of falcons... near... one of the homes... on his route...//.neighbors say... they're trying... to protect their nest.../.but ... the birds... don't seem... to bother anyone else...//. after... several days... of dodging birds.../ eudy ... thinks... he figured out the problem. :22 "i switched hats and when i wear this blue one they don't come after me, so it's something about this hite helmet. i don't really know what it is." eudy doesn't see the birds... as enemies.../. he's also fond of the white helmet... since it doesn't show much dirt after the falcons have eaten. 3 that's all for fox45 news at 5:30."family feud" is next. next.and we'll be back tonight for fox45 news at ten -- and the late edition at [ molly ] wash your paws, mr. man! [ female announcer ] think your kids are getting a dependable clean -in the bathroom? -[ gasp
. we found the 100-degree mark around parts of oklahoma city. all the way down towards dallas texas. little rock 101, this will branch off and head east unfortunately as we head in to next week. we have the stationary front now, through the evening, going in to tonight. here comes the high pressure out of canada, more of a northerly wind. that's the dry air, allowing to punch through the state that gets us to sunshine and lower humidity. 69 going to around 70 for the low, up in to the 80s tomorrow. we will watch the progress of the front, popping a shower or thunderstorm. it looks to be towards the south of town. the forecast, the rest of tonight, temperatures between 67- 69 degrees cloudy, spotty showers for the rest of the evening. starting on a cloudier note. breaking in with sunshine. showers could hold tough over the eastern shore. your seven-day forecast, a nice day on sunday. sunday is going to be the pick of the next two. 86. back in to the 90s with the human that could trigger a scattered shower and thunderstorm. wham in to next week. i will take 90 over 104 any day. >> it'
, with the exception of texas last week which i still don't understand, other than getting whatever cash you can out of texas. right? texas is just not going to be in play. but i looked because we all receive the schedule yesterday for the president's travel, i think monday and tuesday or tuesday and wednesday of next week it's going back to nevada back to california. >> that's just to get the cash. california is pretty safe. but up to oregon up to washington and then to louisiana. >> well. >> of all places. >> the events next week are not your typical campaign rallies. the event in reno is a speech to the vfw, which is just, you know, one of the key points of his. >> that's right. >> veterans. >> new orleans is the urban league? >> new orleans is the urban league so that sort of touches another base. in virginia and florida, for sure he needs as big or as close to the african-american turnout as he had in 2008 to combat some erosion of his popularity elsewhere. >> were there any otrs yesterday? we are talking with reid epstein from politico here on -- political r
, educate those kids, and they go to california, colorado, texas, or someplace like that. we do not see the benefit. this has been at town meetings for a long time. i just wonder how much that seeps through legislative thinking. >> i think one reason for the increase in scholarships and the hope scholarship or the scholarship in tennessee that will give every student $4,000 to go to tennessee is a to -- institute, i think the hope is they will stay in tennessee, but that is an interesting observation. >> thank you. senator merkley. i'm sorry. senator franken is next. >> i withdraw my thank you. [laughter] >> i did not look at my list here. >> i will take his thank you, and i will raise it wanted. dr. leath -- one. dr. leath, you have testified about information i was state include the financial award letters, including information about students current indebtedness, and the amount the loan repayment after school. can you explain why you feel it is so important to include this type of information in award letters? >> well, there are couple of reasons. one of the things we tried to do is
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that deadly shooting rampage at fort hood, texas. that is the finding by former fbi director william webster. he led an independent investigation into the 2009 attack. army psychiatrist nadal hasan allegedly killed 13 people and injured 23 others. the west report says the fbi knew hasan had been trading e- mails with a terror leader but the bureau decided it was part of a research project and did not consider hasan a threat. >>> you don't normally hear this from a car maker. stop driving our suv's. but that is the message from ford to those driving their brand-new escapes. ford is recalling the escape for 2013. those are equipped with a 1.6- liter four-cylinder engine. it seems the fuel line can crack open and set the engine on fire. >> it's going to put a negative connotation into the minds of consumers. right when ford was coming on strong so unfortunately they're going to have to overcome in that the months and years ahead. >> now, check this out. ford says don't even drive your escape to the dealer. call the dealer, and they will tow it in and replace those faulty parts. >>> now to the r
the state of texas that would prevent that, no sir. >> i would suggest that's probably it'll typically for all states. do you think we should be looking at it both federal and state ?refl. >>? certainly i can understand it as being a concern. the twawlty of that ever occurring is slim and none in my view based upon the platform, the accuracy required, all of those things that go into it lethal or less than lethal situation, i don't believe the uav are appropriate for that type of weapon platform. >> thank you. the question for -- i apologize. i can envision probably in the more extreme example the press or someone else, you know, how they invade someone's privacy right now, abusing these vehicles, and is there any way even besides criminal law and other lawsuit, is there a way we can trace is someone is photographing or doing some video cam work on people in the private lives out in the backyard or in front of the pool or whatever. is there a way we can trace that so there can be civil action. perhaps do you think there is available civil action in that respect that could be brought fo
san antonio, texas to denver. so many struggling to understand how and why. >> that tragedy is a reminder of a 2006 incident locally where a man was shot and killed. barry simms continues our live team coverage tonight. >> the same type of questions that were asked back then are being asked again now. as police in aurora, colorado investigate the mass killings, they are also looking for clues. >> it is sad. i don't understand why that sentiment shot all those people. it's senseless. it is a senseless killing to me. >> christina and her son alex are going to see the new batman movie. safety did become a concern. >> i was concerned about it, but i'm like, you know -- that could happen anywhere. i just hope that it bang >> -- i just hope that it don't happen. >> rob is a security and crisis management expert. >> we have to look at the ramifications. >> some of the questions were from 2006. a gunman opened fire in 01 smell's. of 15-year-old was shot and killed. they said at the time, the gunman planned the attack for months. once it was over, and he placed the gun on the counter
in toronto, canada. right after the shock she wrote this in her blog. born jessica ghawi from texas, her brother jordan wants people to remember that name. >> i don't want that gunman's name spoken. i want that to be the name to be remembered is jessica ghawi or another victim's name and remember what their lives meant. >> reporter: she wrote a blog about hockey in denver and interned at a radio station. she got a lot of attention on youtube when an interview on the ice went wrong. jessica was always sending text messages and on twitter last night she joked about dragging friends to a midnight show and lamented about waiting 20 minutes more for the show to start. it was the last 20 minutes of her life. her boyfriend remembered her on twitter like this. 140 characters could never do you justice, nor could all the words in the world. never wanted to fall asleep because it meant missing time with you. john blackstone, aurora, colorado. >> pelley: that's the "cbs evening news" for tonight. we will be back with the very latest on the shooting on a special cbs news program tonight at 8:00, 7:0
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